Well let's see, not the greatest scores, but people dont play benchmarks the play games...
AMD Athlon 3000+ (2172mhz)
1024 MHZ Corsair XMS PC3200 (512megs thanks to peeweec5)
160gb + 20 gb (samsung/wd)
BFG FX5900XT (470 core/770 memory) (61.77 drivers/ 5.10 chipset drivers)
3dMark01 - 15117
3dMark03 - 5789
3dMark05 - 1062 (thanks to the FX series poor SM2.0 performance)
Aquamark3 - 41304
amd 2.2 xp
Display Device 1/1
RADEON 9600 xp SERIES Driver 18.104.22.16897 Catalyst 4.12
Total Local Video Memory 128 MB
Total Local Texture Memory 128 MB
Total AGP Memory 64 MB
Sound Device 1/1
NVIDIA(R) nForce(TM) Audio Driver 6.14.348.0
Total Physical Memory 512 MB
Free Physical Memory 330 MB
Model NF7-S/ (nVidia-nForce2)
AGP Revision 3.0
AGP Rate 4x, 8x (8x enabled)
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP
Service Pack Service Pack 2
HD 1 : Capacity 57.27 GB Maxtor
HD 2 : Capacity 4.75 GB Maxtor
it did push mine, the video card testing when it shows the games my card was pushing 9 fps tops and on the hig reso in the same game i ran 1 fps... out of like 300 frames that the game was showing it was terrible :\
Yeah, that is true...
3dmark05 is a really good (but unfair) benchmark...
I mean seriously...I score about the same as Richie
My rig is
AMD Athlon 3000XP (2.172 ghz)
1024 MB Corsair XMS Pro Series
Nvidia FX5900XT (470 core / 770 memory)
And I get about 1064 on 3dmark05
due to Nvidia's poor SM2.0 performance...
I also think benchmarks are crap in reality...I mean it's a synthetic benchmark, it has nothing to do on how well you'll play Games..
People don't play Benchmarks, they Play GAMES...
but on another hand there are people that build rigs just to freaking bench. and it is nice to see how "well" your rig stacks up to the test...Very intensive test I might add...